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The Warwick Police Department released the following information on Tuesday evening pertaining to an arrest made in the case of the murder of John "Jack" Fay, who was killed in City Park in 2013. more
Rep. Justine Caldwell submitted legislation last week to require signs at pharmacies warning customers about dangers associated with opioids. The signs would be similar to warning signs that are required where tobacco products are sold, and are meant to more
Rep. Evan P. Shanley (D-Dist. 24, Warwick) has introduced legislation that would create the office of inspector general. The bill (2019-H 5236) would establish the office as an independent administrative agency charged with the responsibility to more
The Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America welcomed troops for girls at its Scouts BSA Launch Party on Friday, February 1 at The Pavilion at Grace in Providence. The event celebrated the first official day that girls are able to join troops just for more
Lieutenant Colonel Kevin M. Barry, Acting Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Acting Director of the Rhode Island Department of Public Safety, and Chief Sheriff David M. DeCesare are warning of a telephone scam demanding payment for more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Bristol County Savings Bank, founded in Massachusetts in 1846, has expanded its Rhode Island footprint to include Warwick, which its executives hope will provide a strong foothold into the rest of the state. Mayor Joseph Solomon joined more
The Ocean State Center for Independent Living (OSCIL) is accepting applications for the 2019 Catherine T. Murray Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship was established in 1995 by Catherine who was a long-time educator and a board member and valued more
Wastewater, a nice way of saying sewage, is not exactly a sexy topic and surely one that doesn't command headlines unless, of course, there's a disaster. Yet, as the state's 19 wastewater treatment plants are transforming 119 million gallons of sewage more
Senate Majority Leader Michael J. McCaffrey (D-Dist. 29, Warwick) has introduced legislation to curtail the use of plastic straws in restaurants. The bill (2019-S 0202) would prohibit a food service establishment from providing a consumer with a more
SHOPLIFTING On January 28 at approximately 8:35 p.m. Officer Anthony D'Abrosca was dispatched to the Bald Hill Road Macy's for a report of a shoplifting. At the store he met with a loss prevention associate who stated that approximately 7:30 p.m. she more
By JOHN HOWELL Chuck Lanigan had his suspicions when the State Police pulled away from the hangars on Airport Road. Why would they be leaving when the Patriots were due to arrive any minute? Lanigan's intuition paid off Monday afternoon when south of the more
KEEPING THEM CONTAINED: Victoria Minicucci, a shelter volunteer, had the enviable role of a referee, which basically meant she got to cuddle the puppies that tried to escape from the turf field enclosure in the heat of their playing. SUPER MOM: Leslie more
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